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Weaving Hope

15 minutes – 2004

Impacts of Microfinance Schemes, especially the empowerment of underprivileged women in South Asia.

Credits:  Direction, Videography

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Without Shepherds

87 minutes – 2008-2012

Six bold people navigate the dangerous waters of Pakistan’s current crisis to discover a new tomorrow.  A US Pakistani coproduction, the film cuts through alarmist media depictions of the country to celebrate the bravery of its people.

Credits:  Co Direction, Cinematography

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Connecting the Dots

12 minutes – 2012

The transition of five people from regular citizens and journalists to responsible social activists working diligently to change lives.  Six short films documenting the achievements of Internews Europe. 

Credits:  Direction, Videography

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Harnessing the Elements

32 minutes – 2002

A film about motivated mountain-communities pulling together to combat their isolated and hostile environment in the Northern Areas of Pakistan.

Credits:  Direction, Videography, Script, Editing

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Indus Raag

47 minutes – 2007

A musical legacy, a spiritual journey, and a tribute to the legends and maestros of classical music from the Indus region.

Credits:  Direction, Videography

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The K2 Quest

59 minutes – 2001

Five Thallassaemic children defy tremendous odds to reach Concordia, base camp of K2; the 2nd highest mountain in the world.

Credits:  Direction, Videography

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Toba Tek Singh

18 minutes – 2004

Search for an identity in a world suddenly gone mad.  Based on a short story by acclaimed writer Saadat Hassan Manto.

Credits:  Co Production, Direction of Photography

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Inteha e Shauq

5 minutes – 1999

A nation’s passion for cricket, illustrated on the occasion of The ICC Cricket World Cup 1999.

Credits:  Direction, Direction of Photography

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Niklay Teri Talaash Mein

4×25 minutes – 2005

The famous travel writer Mustansar goes on a spectacular trek across high passes, white glaciers and juniper forests in the Karakorams. 

Credits:  Direction, Production, Videography

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